Give Back Sunday
Consider donating clothing and more for the Migrant short-term shelter in Kearney Mesa for refugees run by Catholic Charities of San Diego. Drop off your items in the red bins after Mass on June 26 and 27.
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Who we are
Saint Brigid Parish is a Catholic Church located in San Diego, California. Our Church is located just 3 blocks from the ocean in the community of Pacific Beach. We welcome people of all ages and stages: young adults, families, seniors, and visitors. The mission of Saint Brigid Parish is simple – to encounter, love, and serve Jesus, one another, and the world. Learn more about becoming a member or join us for Mass.
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Why give online? It'a as easy as 1 - 2 - 3, reduces time, cost, and environmental impact, and makes a greater impact on God's kingdom. Enroll in E-Giving or text 555888 with the phrase LoveOneAnother.
Did you know we have a new deacon at St. B's? Our very own long-time parishioner Patrick McCay was ordained on Saturday, June 12.
Join this summer book series, facilitated by Deacon Chris. Learn more and register.
COVID Testing and Vaccine
Free COVID Testing 6 days a week at St. B's - see details above. Also explore the Church's support of the COVID-19 vaccine.
We invite ou to join with others around the Diocese to give to the Annual Catholic Appeal which will help Catholic schools, clergy, faith formation, and more. As of May 31, we have already raised over $67,000, which is 87% of our goal for 2021.
Due to COVID-19, our parish office is closed, however, please contact us via email or 858.483.3030. Starting soon the office will be open for limited hours; details to follow.
We serve in many ways - within our parish, our local community, and the world. Join us!
Are you in need of food assistance? We are here to help.
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06/23/21 5:24 am
The president of the Bishops' Conference of Austria, Archbishop Franz Lackner, has spoken out on behalf of the Austrian bishops, who are appealing to the legislature to take restrictive measures to prevent the legalization of assisted suicide.
06/23/21 4:22 am
Bishop Denis Nulty, chair of the Irish Bishops’ Council for Marriage and the Family warmly welcomes Pope Francis’ message for the first World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly, and is encouraging parishes to celebrate the occasion.